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This four week course focuses on migrating workloads to AWS. We will focus on  analyzing your current environment, planning your migration, AWS services that are commonly used during your migration, and the actual migration steps.  Hands-on labs are available, though not required for this class. Access to the labs is limited to paid enrolled students. You can audit this course without taking the labs. As we dive into each of the services covered in this class, there will be links to documentation where you can find example applications and code samples. If you are new to AWS, we strongly suggest that you take “AWS Fundamentals: Going Cloud Native” (https://www.coursera.org/learn/aws-fundamentals-going-cloud-native) course available on Coursera to provide an introduction to AWS concepts and services....
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von Job A

Nov 17, 2019

good content

von Janet T

Nov 18, 2019

Great introduction into Cloud Migration. Information was helpful in understanding what services that AWS provides and what they do. I enjoyed the additional resource material and labs. It would also be nice to know what to stud/research after this class and maybe some information on how to pursue certification for AWS.

von MASOOTH A

Nov 21, 2019

thanks

von Jason S

Nov 27, 2019

As always with the AWS crew - GREAT CLASS!

von Nafisur A

Dec 09, 2019

awesome course. short and concise.

von Alex A

Dec 02, 2019

Good course. I recommend paying so you can do the lab exercises.

von Kapil T

Dec 03, 2019

Good intutive course with hands on lab experience

von Robert S L

Nov 24, 2019

Hard to say. Overall, AWS needs to become more coherent and consistent with their learning platform like GCP has with an overall look and interaction with AWS platform. The setup and access between Coursera and AWS needs to be more intuitive and less clunkly.